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SQABasic Language Reference

 
Author: csee.usf.edu
Category: Rational Robot
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This guide is intended to help QA managers, developers, and test engineers read and customize scripts generated with Rational Robot. Familiarity with Robot and other Rational Test software is assumed. Familiarity with programming language practices (but not necessarily Microsoft Basic programming) is also assumed. SQABasic is the Rational Software Corporation® language for building GUI scripts. SQABasic includes most of the syntax rules and core commands found in the industry-standard Microsoft Basic language. If you’re familiar with Microsoft Basic or Visual Basic, you’re already familiar with much of the SQABasic language. Along with support for Basic commands, SQABasic includes command additions —commands specifically designed for use in Rational® GUI test scripts. 900 Page pdf document.

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